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While loading a refrigerated container at Vienna’s Danube port of Albern, a defective cooling unit is discovered. When the container is opened, in addition to tons of chicken, three dead Chinese are found.
At the same time, a drunken Chinese rioting at a Chinese restaurant is arrested. The next morning, body parts are found, which, as investigations quickly reveal, belong to the previously arrested Chinese.
He had however been released early at the intercession of the head of the immigration authorities.
The clues from the three bodies from the container and the murdered Chinese lead to a meat whole saler by the name of Klaus Müller, who pretends to be the innocence personified.
During their further investigations, Moritz Eisner and Bibi Fellner delve deeply into the unimaginable illegal dealings of the Chinese mafia, in which, as it seems, both the meat wholesaler and the head of the immigration authorities are involved.
And then there’s mysterious Ms. Gu, head of the Chinese restaurant, who appears to be the keystone of the puzzle.